First up for the side from the capital are hosts Leeds Rhinos, a fixture which 9s head coach Mick Howell believes will be put his side in good stead going forward in the competition.
Howell commented: "Leeds have only lost one game in the competition so far, so it will be a good first game. If we beat Leeds then we'll be in with a good chance of going on to win the competition."
Littered with some superb young talent, the Broncos squad is made up of players from the U18s, U20s and a clutch of players who have competed for first team places this season.
Stand off, Oscar Thomas, has been an ever present for the U20s this season and forged an impressive partnership with fellow 9s star Mikey Bishay.
The London native has enjoyed his first taste of Rugby League 9s and now believes his side can go all the way.
Thomas commented: "It's been great so far, it's a big change from 13 a side; it's much quicker and certainly challenges your fitness.
"I'm looking forward to the finals and I think we can go all the way with the guys we have in our team."
The schedule for the Rugby League 9s Grand Finals night is as follows:
Quarter-final 1: Leeds v London;
Quarter-final 2: Wakefield v Cumbria;
Quarter-final 3: Warrington v Hull KR;
Quarter-final 4: Wigan v Featherstone.
Broncos Squad in Full
1. Michael Channing
2. Jimmy Morgan
3. Lamont Bryan
4. Mike McMeekan
5. Omari Caro
6. Oscar Thomas
7. Mikey Bishay
8. Jack Dillon
9. Sam Bolger
10. Olsi Krasniqi
11. Jack Molloy
12. Dan Igbinedion
13. Erjon Dollapi
14. Angus Peters
15. Tolu Odusanya
Premier Sports are broadcasting all 10 games live, and the race to find Rugby League's fastest man. Premier Sports will broadcast the whole event from 5.45pm to 9.45pm.